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SK: The Morning Edition

Every weekday, The Morning Edition examines urban and rural issues from across Saskatchewan.

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Defying the shut down of Norway's FM Radio service

In a world first, Norway has switched off its FM radio service — but not everyone is celebrating the move to digital.

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How to save an island

The National Film Board of Canada went to visit the island of Fogo, and interview people about their future.

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The biggest stories of 2017

What is it like to confront Harvey Weinstein or to be swept up by the 'antifa' movement?

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A 20 year-old mystery

A well-liked couple are gunned down in a small, Alberta town. Twenty years later, the mystery still lingers.

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Farewell to Premier Brad Wall

Stefani Langenegger and Murray Mandryk pay tribute to Brad Wall by sharing some of the funny and emotional stories from his time as premier.

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The Morning Edition's political panel on the Sask. Party leadership race

The Morning Edition's political panel looks at how abortion has resurfaced in the Sask Party leadership race.

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Wonder: Saskatchewan actor Mark Dozlaw lands part in major film

Mark Dozlaw went from developing an interest in acting while growing up in Regina to performing on the big screen alongside Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson in the film Wonder.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:54]


New book looks at the effects of climate change through photographs

Trevor Herriot and Branimir Gjetvaj talk to Sheila Coles about their latest book, "Islands of Grass".

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[mp3 file: runs 00:10:58]


Successful fathers support group is giving men the confidence and skills to be better parents

The Morning Edition's Rachel Zelniker visited Focus on Fathers: a free weekly support and parenting group at Four Directions Community Health Centre in North Central, Regina.

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Roughriders DB Jovon Johnson answers random, rapid-fire questions

Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive back Jovon Johnson talks to the Morning Edition's Peter Mills about his penchant for selling things, Batman underwear, and several other topics.

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Roughrider Jovon Johnson using life experiences to help others

Jovon Johnson is a leader on the football field and a father figure off of it. The Morning Edition's Peter Mills joins host Sheila Coles for more.

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Men join the #MeToo conversation about sexual harassment and abuse against women

People all over the world are using #MeToo to highlight how widespread sexual harassment and abuse is for women. Two Regina men, Spurgeon Root and Thom Gallet, explain what they are doing to join the conversation.

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The Morning Edition's political panel on the relationship between between the Sask Party government and the civil service

The Morning Edition's political panel looks at the relationship between between the Sask Party government and the civil service in light of secret emails.

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Saskatchewan has second highest rate of police reported sexual assault

Roz Kelsey, head of the Gendered Violence Prevention Project at the University of Regina, joins Morning Edition host Sheila Coles.

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Regina businesses look to cash in on crowdfunding trend

CBC's Brandon Harder joined Morning Edition host Sheila Coles to explain why some local businesses see crowdfunding as an alternative or a supplement to traditional business loans.

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Students in Regina participate in Orange Shirt Day to promote reconciliation

Davin School in Regina held a pancake breakfast to honour and remember residential school students. Nichole Huck popped by to hear what today means to students there.

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Regina art exhibit expresses life as a deaf teenager

The Morning Edition's Rachel Zelniker visited 'Deaf Forest,' an art installation created by Thom Collegiate's Deaf and hard of hearing program to express what it's like to live without sound.

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Regina woman plans for death with the help of a death doula

Jordana Buchan has stage four metastatic breast cancer and has started planning for her death. She is using a death doula to help navigate her journey. The Morning Edition's Nichole Huck shares her story.

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New website helps uncover the timeline of Saskatchewan health history

The Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit is looking for public input for a new website on health history. Tom McIntosh explains.

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Writing to heal: Regina pastor publishes book to help deal with trauma

Spurgeon Root joins Morning Edition host Sheila Coles to talk about his new book, Reflections: An Anthology of Power, Pain and Mourning.

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North Central music program offers free lessons to kids

The Morning Edition's Rachel Zelniker visits a music program in North Central that's taking the cost out of singing a tune.

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